Empresa Periodística La Nación S.A.
It was founded on 4 January 1917 by Eliodoro Yáñez. It remained a private company until July 1927, when, during the dictatorship of Carlos Ibáñez, it was expropriated. Since that date, 69% of its property has remained in the hands of the Chilean government.
- La Nación (printed 1917–2010, continued online as lanacion.cl)
- Diario Oficial de la República de Chile (Official Journal of the Republic of Chile; created in 1876 and edited by the National Press; Empresa Periodística La Nación S.A. put in charge of printing 1931–1934 and assumed direct control in 1934)
- Los Tiempos (evening paper, 1922–1931, 1953–1955)
- La Voz de la Tarde (free evening paper, 2001–2002)
- El Nortino de Iquique (1991–2003)
- La Fusta (equestrian magazine, 1975–present)
- Triunfo (sports magazine, 1986–present
Other media and businesses
- Radio La Nación
- Gráfica Puerto Madero (printed graphic material, brochures, and private periodicals; since 2012 these have been printed by Copesa presses)
- Primera Línea (online newspaper – www.primeralinea.cl, 2001–2003)
- Via Directa (publication distribution company with "Ojos de Papel" outlets in Santiago Metro stations, 1983–present)
- "Empresa Periodística La Nación S.A. en Liquidación" [Empresa Periodística La Nación S.A. in Liquidation] (PDF) (in Spanish). SVS. 31 December 2014. Retrieved 13 September 2016.
- "La intrincada historia del diario La Nación, que condiciona su eventual venta" [The intricate history of the newspaper La Nacion, which determines its eventual sale]. Economía y Negocios (in Spanish). 9 May 2010. Retrieved 13 September 2016.
- "La Nación se cierra tras 95 años de historia periodística" [La Nación closes after 95 years of journalistic history]. El Mostrador (in Spanish). 24 September 2012. Retrieved 13 September 2016.
- "Sindicato de periodistas de La Nación responde a Piñera y le recuerda que él cerró un diario de papel con 93 años de historia" [Union of journalists of La Nación responds to Piñera and reminds him that he closed a daily paper with 93 years of history]. El Periodista (in Spanish). 13 June 2012. Retrieved 13 September 2016.
- Official website at the Wayback Machine (archived 1 February 2014) (Spanish)
- La Nación (Spanish)
- Vía Directa (Spanish)